Caserio hired David Culley to coach a team coming off a 4-12 record, a team without first- or second-round draft choices and suffocating under a pile of salary cap issues and a dreadful lack of talent at too many positions. To make the situation even worse for Caserio and Culley, the Texans’ two-best players — quarterback Deshaun Watson and defensive end J.J. Watt — desperately wanted out. Watt asked for his release, and the McNairs granted his request.
In reflecting on the 2021 Texans season, the Media Relations squad for the franchise compiled some pretty fascinating nuggets about a slew of players. Their work on WR Brandin Cooks was especially eye-catching. En route to another 1,000-yard season--1,037, to be exact--Cooks continued to shine against the AFC South, as he did the year before.
Kyle Hamilton has been mocked to the Houston Texans yet again. What would the Notre Dame safety bring to the secondary?